Henry Moore: Tapestries

Tapestries is a series of five large-scale tapestries by the English Henry Moore, which showcases are one of the few modern artists who extend their creations to tapestries. After the painting is transformed into a large tapestry, the scale is seven or eight times the original size, which shows the outstandingness of the original work itself.

These works of Moore were originally made for his family, and some of them have never been publicly exhibited for more than ten years after they were completed. After the birth of his first grandson, many mother and child themes appeared in tapestry creation, continuing his extensive exploration of internal and external expression in his most prestigious sculpture works.




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